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Thank you!

A big THANK YOU to all of you who have ordered through the brand new web shop this week!
We’ve got off to an amazing start! We have many more plants and gardening products to arrive yet too, so be sure to keep an eye on the site regularly. If there is a plant not listed that you’d like, just ask. We’ll do our level best to get it for you.
Orders are delivered within 24 hours, often much sooner, and delivery is free in the areas local to Kew.

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The Kew Gardener Online Shop Is Now OPEN!

The passion and love for plants that has made our garden centre shop in Kew a success is now accessible online! 40 years since nurturing my award winning sunflower at just age 5, I am excited at our launch into the online gardening world!

We have a wide range of fantastic bedding plants, fruit, veg and herb plants, trees, shrubs and much much more. Delivery within 3 miles of our Kew shop is free of charge for orders over £20.

We look forward to providing you with the same great service online as we have done in Kew for many many years.

Please come and visit our online shop.

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Edgeworthia chrysantha

Fabulous plant for February. Related to Daphne, it has richly scented flowers that open creamy yellow. Leaves follow the flowers.  Ideal shrub for a winter garden. Grows slowly. Could take 10 years to double in size, so good if space is a restriction also. See one growing at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Take the path from the Palm House lake to wards the order beds and you will find it half way along on your right underplanted with Cyclamen coum and Helleborus. Go to the back of the same bed to see a stunning Lapageria rosea (Chilean Bell Flower).

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The Kew Gardener revolves around the love and enjoyment of plants. This extends beyond selling them and creating beautiful gardens, into the natural world, where all these garden plants originated from. This natural world is under threat more than ever, but instead of bombarding you with doom and gloom statistics, which will turn you off, we are taking positive actions which we hope you will support and even get involved in. In the long term we will reverse these negative trends.

We are establishing projects to put forest back in the world, starting in The Amazon Rainforest, the most important forest on earth. We will acquire land or else work with landowners to restore the forest. Of course we can never get it back to what it was before it was felled, well not in our lifetimes, but we can start the process of recovery, which can be carried on by future generations.

As part of this effort, we will work with local schools in Brazil to educate the children about the importance of plants, and why it is important to keep the forests standing. If you would like to get involved with these efforts please get in touch.

The owner of The Kew Gardener has worked on conservation work in Brazil, Mauritius and South Africa.